Category Archives: possum

How the mighty fall

Though our forest contains lots of trees, really big, old trees are few in number. Without these big trees, generally Manna Gums and Blue Gums (E. viminalis and E. bicostata, respectively), the forest couldn’t support the Greater Glider families (Petauroides volans) … Continue reading

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Creatures of the night, at least last night…

The tall forest of Narrow-leaf Peppermint, MannaGum and Victorian Blue Gum on Boundary Hill support a variety of nocturnal vertebrates. Swamp Wallabies, or Black-tailed Wallabies (Wallabia bicolour) are among the most conspicuous mammals of the forest and adjacent pasture/grassland. Mountain … Continue reading

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